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Mauritius Releases French Woman in Drug Smuggling Case
[RFI] The Mauritian justice overturned on Wednesday the conviction of a French woman sentenced to 20 years imprisonment over drug smuggling.
Prime Minister Addresses Commonwealth Business Forum in Malta
[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius aims to operate as an intellectual capital hub from which highly skilled and highly qualified professionals can join forces with their counterparts on the African continent to ensure that a sustainable supply of multidisciplinary expertise is available to support the realisation of in-land and regional development projects.
Greens Roofs - Seminar Focuses On Ecological and Socioeconomic Benefits
[Government of Mauritius] Green roofs' wide-ranging ecological, economic and social advantages were at the fore of a seminar held today at Ebène Heights, in Ebène Cyber-city, following the conduct of a research project entitled 'Assessing the benefits of Greens Roofs in Mauritius'.
Positive Outcome of PM's Mission in the United Arab Emirates
[Government of Mauritius] The mission to the United Arab Emirates led by the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, to promote Mauritius as a safe destination for investment and tourism, has yielded positive results, affirmed the Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of Housing and Lands, Mr Showkutally Soodhun, at a joint press conference held yesterday in Ebène with the Minister of Financial Services, Good Governance, Institutional Reforms and Minister of Technology, Communication and Innovation, Mr Sudarshan Bhadain.
Memorial Lecture - Rajiv Gandhi Decisive Voice for India As Global Technological Power
[Government of Mauritius] Rajiv Gandhi was a decisive and early voice for India as a global technological power. He saw the power of harnessing information technology to the cause of development and thus made an immense contribution to the advancement of India and its people.
Legislative Framework to Be Strengthened in Order to Combat Domestic Violence More Effectively
[Government of Mauritius] "I am confident that by the next session of the National Assembly we would have brought the necessary amendments to strengthen the legislative framework in respect of combatting the scourge of domestic violence in our Republic.
Strategic Foresight Xchange - An Instrument for an Innovative Civil Service
[Government of Mauritius] A two-day workshop on Strategic Foresight Xchange: Towards an innovative Civil Service, organised at the initiative of the Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms, kicked off this morning at Maritim Hotel, Balaclava.
Govt Mourns Mauritian Businessman
[The Herald] Government has mourned the death of a Mauritian businessman Mr Ahkin Ipkwok Sheung, who helped in the establishment of relations between Harare and Port-Louis. Mr Sheung died in Mauritius on Sunday. Chief of Protocol, Ambassador Munyaradzi Kajese, confirmed the death. He described Mr Sheung as a friend of Zimbabwe who helped several local business people who visited Mauritius.
Ravneet Chowdhury - "It is extremely expensive to run a professional bank today
[L'Express] The banking sector has not really grown this year because it is reflecting a weak economy, asserts Bank One's Chief Executive Officer Ravneet Choudhury.
Mauritius and Australia Agree to Cooperate in Marine Renewable Energy
[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius and Australia signed yesterday in Port Louis an agreement on Assessing Wave Energy and Micro Grid in Mauritius. A study will be conducted by the Australian firm Carnegie Wave Energy Limited. To this effect, a funding proposal of about AUD $ 990 000 was endorsed for the project.
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